Progress – August 20, 2018

While taking my lunchtime walks this week, I finished up listening to Kristine Kathryn Rusch's audiobook, The Freelancer's Survival Guide. It's interesting to see how things have changed in the 5+ years since this book was written as posts on her blog, then published. While there were many good gems in this book (brilliant advise … Continue reading Progress – August 20, 2018

Living Freelance

Whether you are a completely self-supporting artist (lucky you!) or moonlight as an artist (hmm, guess where I fit!), we can use all the help we can get to keep us motivated and on track. One of my personal favorite blogs is Walt Kania's The Freelancery. Even better than the blog itself is this fabulous … Continue reading Living Freelance

Knowing Your Tasks

Now that you've had a chance to really think about the art product you're making, we can start getting into the really nitty-gritty stuff. This is the stuff that will actually drive your business: its daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly activities. Let's start by looking at an average retail business -- whether you yet realize … Continue reading Knowing Your Tasks